Gaming Ark: Survival Evolved Coming Soon to Nintendo Switch; To Feature All Content of Original Game By Somnath Brahma Posted on October 29, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Studio Wildcard recently announced that Ark: Survival Evolved, the dinosaur survival game will be made available on mobile devices. Now, just days from that announcement, it has revealed that the game will be rolled out to Nintendo Switch as well. The Switch edition was worked on by Abstraction Games in the Netherlands. It may be recalled that Abstraction Games had also developed some of the game’s other console editions earlier. The developer said the Switch version of Ark: Survival Evolved will include “the complete contents and features of the original game; from the massive and mysterious ARK island to the more than 100 prehistoric- and fantasy-inspired creatures such as the T-Rex, Giganotosaurus, Rock Drake and Reaper.” Jeremy Stieglitz, co-director on Ark: Survival Evolve, Studio Wildcard further said, “The Switch’s handheld mode provides a fantastic new capability for survivors who want to fully immerse themselves in the vast worlds of ARK. With this new version, Switch players can go directly from hunting and taming while sitting on the couch, to forming online tribes and searching out new conquests when on the bus, waiting in line, or wherever they happen to be.” Ark: Survival Evolved is an action-adventure survival video game developed by Studio Wildcard. It is an open world game where the players can explore new territories either by foot or riding a prehistoric animal like a Dinosaur. The players can also use firearms and weapons to defend themselves from their enemies like hostile humans or animals. The game has a single player as well as a multiplayer mode. In the multi=player mode, players can form a herd or group which may include tamed Dinosaurs as well. Ark: Survival Evolved was launched on Steam Early Access way back in June 2015. It was officially released in September 2017 and is now available for Linux, Windows, Mac, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game has been rolled out on Android and iOS devices this year and is now all set to arrive on Nintendo Switch.